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Dead for the Country

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Description: A cross with the inscription "Morts Pour La Patrie." Captioned "Dead for the Country," a familiar sign in the valley of the Marne.
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A Tribute to Lazy Camp Life

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Description: An ambulance man (presumably Ray E. Williams) sitting on the front fender of an American ambulance.
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French Trench

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Description: A French trench. Captioned: "Notice the workmanship on this French trench - and imagine the water in the springtime."
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Loading an Ambulance

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Description: Medical personnel load a wounded Prussian into an ambulance. Captioned: "A wounded Prussian being loaded in my car for evacuation. He was shot just under h...
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Shell Hole in French House

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Description: A French house in ruins. Captioned: "Julian Bryan, standing in a hole made by a shell. Notice that French houses are constructed for centuries where Amer...
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War Ruins

Date: 1917
Description: Ruins of a French house. Captioned: "The first real ruins of the war that any of S.S.U. 12 ever saw. Our way to the front lead over the battlefield of th...
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French Torpedoes

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Description: French torpedoes (torpilles) shot by compressed gas.
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Passage for Attack

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Description: Dirt stairs through the trench wall. Captioned: "Passages up which troops rush for an attack."
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Man Standing Near Ambulance

Date: February 01 1919
Description: View across road towards a man standing in front of an ambulance. Caption reads: "Two months out of Paris. Taken the day he left Wambasle en route for Waly...

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